Despite a few notable men who wear jewelry to the point of self-parody (ahem Johnny Depp), jewelry should season your personal style, not define it. Think of it as saffron, not cilantro. Assuming timepieces doesn’t count (because wearing a watch is a given), a man can support four pieces of flare: two rings, one wedding, the other likely professional, a bracelet (or, in casual settings, a small, consistent grouping on one wrist), and, if you’re under 30 or work in the music industry, a necklace that is neither made of diamonds nor pooka shells.
What Kind of Jewelry Is Okay for a Man to Wear? And How Much?
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